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We all jumped on the bus and headed a few hours to stay in camping cabins at the end of Naeryofjord, a Unesco listed fjord. The cabins were in a valley surrounded by towering cliffs and waterfalls. SO pretty!!! We cooked dinner and ate outside with views of the falls. The next morning we took a boat through the fjord and were surrounded by busloads of Chinese tourists. They just don't know how to be gentle travellers yet. Giant loud groups are hard to ...
... in traditional Norwegian dress (destined to become Christmas ornaments) and a few postcards. It was a nice day, so we spent a little time just walking along the shore of the fjord before going back to the ship. Flaam is located at the end of Aurlandfjord, a branch of Norway's longest fjord, Sognefjord.
Since we had a light lunch, we decided to go to tea on the ship when we got back – where we had scones with cream and jam with our ...
28 April 2014: We got on the bus at the station in Voss at about 10 am. A bit on the tourist track now, the bus ride would take about ninety minutes with two scheduled stops at a waterfall and at Stalheim for photo opportunities, before reaching the final destination in Gudvangen. The waterfall was really nothing special. Don't get me wrong...it was beautiful, but I have seen so many waterfalls over the past few weeks that they are starting to all look the same. I ...
... the end of the train ride, we were in Flam. Unlike many of the other passengers who were continuing straight on, we were spending the night. The town is a cute little town with only about half a dozen buildings, so it's relatively easy to find everything. We got settled at our hotel (Flamsbrygga) and went out for a hike. The hike ...
I was the first to wake, at just after six. The sun was already high in the sky and I took the opportunity to take some photos. During the night the sheep we saw the previous day had also made themselves comfortable amongst our tents, which looked ridiculously funny. About twenty minutes later Whitey was also up and put on some water for coffee and tea. After breakfast it was time to pack up, get everything back into the kayaks and get ourselves back into our the freezing and ...